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Russia invaded by Napoleon and his Grand Army
On this day in 1812, French Emperor Napoleon—who had massed his troops in Poland in the spring to intimidate Russian Tsar Alexander I—and 600,000 troops of his Grand Army launched an ill-fated invasion of Russia.
Jack Dempsey, byname of William Harrison Dempsey, also called the Manassa Mauler, (born June 24, 1895, Manassa, Colorado, U.S.—died May 31, 1983, New York, New York), American world heavyweight boxing champion, regarded by many as the apotheosis of the professional fighter. He held the title from July 4, 1919, when he knocked out Jess Willard in three rounds in Toledo, Ohio, until September 23, 1926, when he lost a 10-round decision to Gene Tunney in Philadelphia. Dempsey fought 84 bouts, winning 62, 51 of which were by knockout.
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